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To Mark World Autism Awareness Day & celebrate neurodiversity, we’ll be watching BILLY TH

It is estimated that around 700,000 people in the UK have a diagnosis of autism

One in 100 children in the UK have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

To mark #WorldAutismAwarenessDay, we’ll be watching Jennife wonderful debut documentary “Billy the Kid” (2007), a provocative coming-of-age odyssey into the soul of an American teenager. follows Billy as he navigates small town Maine, grappling

To mark #WorldAutismAwarenessDay, we’ll be watching Jennifer Venditti’s wonderful debut documentary “Billy the Kid” (2007), a provocative coming-of-age odyssey into the soul of an American teenager. Venditti follows Billy as he navigates small town Maine, grappling with isolation and first-time love, and traversing the frustrating gap between imagination and reality. Exhilarating and heartfelt, the film grants an intimate, empathetic view of an expressive and seemingly fearless outsider and provides an unvarnished and unique snapshot into what it’s like to grow up in America.

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Click HERE to see where you can watch Billy The Kid

World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) aims to put a spotlight on the hurdles that people with autism and others living with autism face every day. As a growing global health issue owing to its increasing exposure in the press and common knowledge, autism is an issue that is only gaining more understanding and WAAD activities are planned every year to further increase and develop world knowledge of children and adults who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

What’s more, World Autism Awareness Day goes one step further to celebrate the unique talents of those with autism, while putting a huge focus on the warm embrace and welcome that these skills deserve through community events around the globe.

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